Vitamin and Mineral Guide
Antiaging with Vitamin and Minerals
Overview of vitamins, minerals, and essential fatty acids
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A daily egg lowers your risk of cardiovascular disease
Can increased magnesium intake protect women against life-threatening heart failure?
Clinical evidence shows that Q10 supplementation helps heart failure patients
Is selenium really able to slow down ageing and increase our lifespan?
Lack of vitamin D increases your risk of atrial fibrillation that is associated with severe complications
Lack of zinc increases your risk of heart failure
Low intake of vitamin K is linked to unhealthy heart enlargement – even in young people
Magnesium can prevent heart failure
Melatonin also protects against heart rhythm disturbances
New focus on biological age, cardiovascular health, and anti-ageing
Q10 and cholesterol make an essential team
Q10 and selenium increase IGF-1 in the elderly thereby contributing to far fewer cases of cardiac death
Q10 for preventing and treating cardiovascular disease
Q10 has the potential to attenuate heart disease, diabetes, kidney ailments, and other chronic diseases
Q10 is good for your heart
Q10’s potential in counteracting ageing, chronic disease, and drug side effects
Q10’s role in health and disease
Sun lovers live longer and lack of sunshine is as dangerous as smoking!
Vitamin B1 (thiamine)
Vitamin D supplements can prevent stroke and speed up rehabilitation
Vitamin D’s optimal effect on health and lifespan requires higher blood levels of the nutrient
Vitamin E and Q10 can prevent muscle damage after a heart attack
Vitamin K lowers the risk of cardiovascular disease, which remains the leading cause of death
Vitamin K2 counteracts atherosclerosis and benefits the heart
Vitamin K2 lowers the risk of cardiovascular disease
Zinc supplements may boost heart health
International Coenzyme Q10 Association